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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 April 1903

Falth Curlst^Onder Flro lh tlie, House Yesterday. CASE OF CRIEPLED GHILD Japt G_rd*ell Olto's art Instance ln Mfa Speech ln Opposltlon tojhe J', , Sclentlsts?Veto Wlll Bev ?? / Taken To'Day. -...10 only matter'orBWooplhg pubilo ln? terest lh tho Lo'glslfttura ycstor'day waa tho flllng by Judgo 'Ca'm.pboll of hls, an Bwer to tho chargos mado agalnst hlm, and tho paper was ordered prlntod. Th'e Houso do^otod tho romalrider of lts sosslon to a dlscusslon of tho' Harvey blll to reguluto practtco of medlclne nnd su'rgery, known as the ostooupath blll, und Mr. Bland, of Portsmouth, offorod an amondmont to oxempt tho Chrlstlan Sclenllsts ftiom the 'ope'ratlons df tlio bill. The bill wlll llkely pass as lt came from tho Senate, Thero wero fow bllls offored in olther houso, Tho Senate was In scsslon only a llt? tle whlle, and boyond glvlng somo bllls tttolr constltutlonal readlngs, dld nothlng of'lnterest. There waB a measure offercd. hy Mr. Borksdalo. deslgnod to facllltato tho collcctlon o...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 April 1903

THE FRUIT DAMAGED The Thormometer Was Below the Freczlng Polnt A BABY BREAKS ITS NECK Tldes ln lho Potomac Rlver Wash the ??' Wharves Away?The Naw Electrlc /Rallway Will Be Built Wlthout Staftbrd'sSubscription. I (Spsclul to Tbe TJi-us-DlHinitch..") ! FREDERICKSBURG, VA., Aprll S.-The /freozlng weathor of tho past two days abd nights has done great dnmago to frult and early vcgetnblcs in thls boo tlon. Tho thermometer was down be? low the/ freozlng polnt last nlght and the nlght bofora, and oxperlonoed Judges aay there Is no hopo for the peach cropf Mrs. James L Roed, of AVostmoroland county, wolked down to tho creek from her house a fow-days ago, leavlng.her elghteeii-uionlhs-old chlld nsleep on tho bed. A short tlmo nfterwnrds sho sent one of hor chlldren to nwakon nnd dross the chlld and brlng It to her, but upon arriving at the house lt was found that tbe baby had awnkened durlng -tho nb Bence of Its mother, hnd fnllen off the bed and waa lying dead on tho floor, Its Sieck havln...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 April 1903

? _^ ? EFFECT OF WATTS LAW GUts Number of Saloons frorn Twenty4woto Ffve. THEDISORDER DECREASEp The Town of Spray to Have Another ., Cotton Industry?Hlgh Wlnd. Tear Roof Off a Smoking T6bacco j Fact ory?No Isiue of Bonds. (Bpeclui to The Tltnei-DUpitch.) ? RElIDSVlLLiE, 'N. C? Aprll O.-Some ot tho proprlotorfl of llstlllorlos ln thls oounty are arranglng to go out of bust tiess slnco tho passage of lhe Watts llquor law. whllo othors say they wlU movo thelr plants to InoorporatodV towna. Even somo will go Into Vlrglnla In order to lutvo proteotlon. They have ralsefl the prlco oh thelr goods, and tho conr sumers aro paylng. the addltlonal costa. Horetoforo flve-cent drlnks were aold at tho saloons, but now nothlng loss than *. ten-cont drlnk is dlspensod from the countcrs, ' At present' there aro only flve saloons Jiere, and thoy each P?y a tax of 1500 to i tho graded sohool fund, besldos the county and Btate tax. Boforo tho tax was m breosod twonty-two saloonB wore In opo ratlon horo...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 April 1903

SPOKE IN THE SNOW Presldent Olven Warm Wel come, but Cold Wealher. / A BIG CROWD ASSEMBLED Desplte Dreary Conditlon Stx Thous ttud People Llstened to His Dlscus aton of the Wage Earner and the Tlller of the Soll. . (Bjr Anoclated Praaa.) SlOUX PAliLS, S. D? Aprll 6.?Presl dent Roosovelt begfan the second week of thls tour feollng- much refreshod from yestorday's rest, and at 7:50 started on ? drlvo ovor the olty wlth Seoretary SLoob, Senator Xlttrldge and Mayor Brun ,'?' ?ldo. Dosplte the oarly hour and tho dreary weathor, tho streets wore llned wlth people, wbo greotod the Proaldent wU.. oheors and the wavlng of flags, nnd B.t S-ao the Presldent arrlved at the big audltorlum, whero he addressed 4,00 ohll .", dren. Aa the Presldent loft tho audltorlum he was BToetod wlth tremandous applausc. Ho was drlven rapldly to the stand whlch '{had been ereotod at the oornor of Nlnth ..-: Btreet and ' Phllllps Avenuo, wheie a ? orowd of 0,000 people bad assomolod. . The Presldent was lntroduce...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 April 1903

NEEDfOR Y. Al. C. A, Wants to Ralse a Fund. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Annual Report ofthi Presldent Makes Sundry Intereitlng snd Important Suggestlons ? Money Needed for the Current Year. i The forty-nlnth snnlversary of the1 Young Men's Chrlstlan Assoclatlon of Rlchmond was observod Sunday after? noon wlth approprlate exerclses, held at 3:30 o'clock In the Academy of Muslo. , Tho attendanca was very good, The Rev. Dr. Wlllamson made the openlng prayer, The, Rov, W. B. Boauchamp read tho Scrlpturo lesson and tho Rev. Dr, J. Calvln Stewart followed wlth pray? er. Tho song servlce was a most at traotlve. featuro of the programme. The VIrglnla Gleo Olub was present and as usual dld most excollent work. The address for tlie occaslon was de? llvered by tho Rev. A. A WI111U, D. D., of Dayton, Ohlo. Dr. Wllllts ls a flns speaker and hls. address was much en Joyed. ? i THE ANNUAL REPORT. . ' The annual report of the presldent, Mr. Langbourno M Willlams, gave a most Intereatlng account of tlio w...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 April 1903

STRENGTH MARKET But Prlces Ran Off on Heavy Prdfll Selllng. CLOSINO EASY AND DULL Decldedly Easler Tone of Call Money M*rko? Was a Factor of Strength, Though Rates Show No , Relaxation. (lly ABaoclatcd Preaa.) NEW YORK, April 6,-Tho Btock markot Bbowcd a consldcrable degroo of strengui . thls morning, but prlcos ran ofi on tho g-oods news of tlio dny, showlng the con? tlnued dlspoBltlon of holdors lo roallze ln aFrom tho Stock Exchnnge staiidpolnt ? the dlssolutlon of tlio tempornry '".Jj,'"0,," tion agalnat the votlng of Lhe Southern Faolflc stock hold by Unlon Paclllc waa {egarded os good nows ln tho sonse that t was favorablo to, .hlghor prlcw- Bpeou atlvo Wall Streot Iiiib ciitored llttlo Into he merlts of the rospoctlvei contcntons of tho two sldes to tho Southorn Paclflc quarrel regardlng eorporatlon pollcy m the dlsposltion of earnings, but thoro has been an uncasy sonse that tbe questlons ralsed In tho dlsputo carrled gravo cotise ouor.ees to many far-reachlng nrrange '?' Bi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 April 1903

i'0 CENT Hi ?r'?' ?KO??i WORD. ju1jun_-ttijini*ifiri^'ifi>n*ii*i*Tt*'i-i- -? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TMT MIIM ORUTEST RESULTS. <^^MV^^-?1>?'*?*>'<,*>'*-**-*'?*1 ***-* *l MINIMUM OHAME 25 0tnts, iaihinAdvinoi ONE OENT 1 WORO. MBt> wAWTtrj**rtMALt. WANT__T A YOUNG COLORED WO '^Kan to cook end attend dinlng-rootti, Apply mo? orove Avenue,. ffVANTED, LADtB* TO MAKE,]MBOIt> wear from samplej enperlenee not neoes ?arv; steady work: ?6od pay, Send self. eddressed stamped envelope.. IDEAL MFQ. CO., 608 West.188. St.. NeW YbtjC. " BITUATION* WANTRD-FBMALB. " ?^jJllj* rrrr-i'.??' "?" ?--'*?*?? ' WANTED, ATdNCB, POSITION B an experioneed lrtdy-ftehographer, wltl good references.' Address Mlss J,,> car thls offlce, ' "..';;?'. LADY OF EXFEItfENCB DE8IRBJ8 posltlon durlng summer months or by tall; teacher} ot Engllsh, Mathematles, Frenoh, Calisthcnlos, Plang, Banjq, Out*. tar and Fancy Work. Address CABLE, Carrolltdn, Va, ? ??- ' WANTED, A~POSmON AS ASBI...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 April 1903

Miller 6 ahead*. Miller 6 Rhoads. | This Store is particularly ati Easter Store this week. This P. N. Corset is $1.00. Notlce, ploase, tlio graceful linos iiiict woll fit? tlng effect that llio garmeiit has?and that's oxaetly the *way it will look on you, partioularly if you're a medium fignre, / It's made of English coutil, light weight, Prlncesa hip, |rin_ned with Vah lace and ribbon, has a cork covered protector in front, and the alum inurn boning preoents rusting, Ono dollar is woll oxponded on a Oorset of this kind. Farny Pyrographic Outfit, $5.00. . Somethlng entirely now-doing away with the alcohol lamp which has always been an objection to the old style outfit. . In its place is a metallic box filled with asbestos, on which is poured two or three ouncos of benzine through the top, which unscrews. n-h? hea has nn lnlot for alr and two outlets-one for gas to keep up com * b^on^th^^auTum polnt ot the burner and the other for a blow pipe "^^.b^lor'anT^ploBion to ocour whon ua.ng...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

th? TiMBs, founded me. ? W?-??? R NTTMREft. 16.210i ?THE) DISPATCH, FOUNDI5D ISSO. I W ilUb? 1? U -*____-_\, AU* ?fi, I V?s RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8," 1008, PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER, WASHINGTON, Aprils-Forecast for Wednesday and Thursday: Virginia?Cloudy Wednesday, with show? ers In south portions; Thursday );aln? fresh south winds. North Carolina?unsettled weather Wed? nesday and Thursday with occasional ?howors; light to fresh winds, mostly south. A pleasant day, with Intervals of sun? shine nnd rain, wns followed last night V. by u considerable downpour. To-day ? turthor showers are prodicted, characteris? tic of April. *? STATE OP THE THERMOMETER. ? A. M. . Cl ?2 M. G2 B P. M. 01 S.P. M.. CI B P. M.G2 12 midnight .<. C3 Avorago .G2 1-3 Highest temperature yesterday. M Lowest temperature yesterday. 67 ' Mean temperature, yesterday...... CO Normal temperature for April........ 55 Departure from normal temperature. 03 Precipitation during post ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

Mr?s In Ohio. O? the axly largest clUee ,.?iear_ from officially, It is noted that the ??'. ^Republicans and Ihe Dem?crata eaoh car* '?'?led thirty. ^DEMOCRATS SWEEP CITY OF ST. LOUIS (Df Associated Pre??.) ..,. BT, LOUIS. MO? April 7,-A Democratla ' frlct?ry was scored In tO'day'? city olco llon, the maj?rltlos ranging from 8,000 to 10,000 on the vote for six Counollmon, twenty-eight members ot the House of , "Delegates, members of tho Board of Edu eatlon and tho Inspector of weight sand measures. At midnight almost complet* returns showed that every Democratic ; ?andldnte had been elected. Tlio Repub? licans claim that gross frauds were com? mitted at the polls. Throughout the State the Democrats lost in three third-class Wtlos, whloh they formerly controlled. In St. Louis Interest was centered In tho Council ticket, hoadod by tho so-called .'reform ticket, on which the names ot Republicans arid " Independent candidates took the places of some Democratic can? didate* for th? House...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

DEEPENING THEJARBOR Work, Which Will Take Two Years, Has Commenced. POWERFUL STEAM DREDGE The Beo? Facilities for the Task Pos? sessed by Mr. J. Clement Sha fer, Ihe Contractor?Has Fifty Men. Work on the oxocullon of the 240,000 contract for improvement of tho James River and the harbor of Richmond ha_ begun, and will bo prosocutod steadily. Of this amount about $?0,000 Is to bo expended In deepening and widening the channel und harbor for a dlstuncc of about 3,300 feet, u|f to the lock of the W. R. Trlgg company. Mr. 3. Clement Shafcr, of this city, Is tho contractor for the work, which Is helng done under the supervision of the Federal government, Captain Younge be? ing tho engineer In charge, ACTIV ELY AT : V W OR K. Work has Juet been begun In the chan? nel oft the Clyde Line dock by Contractor Bhafer, who has the powerful steam dredge M. J, Degnon, a tug, noverai lighters and a force of about fifty men at work scooping out tho sand from the channel. The entire work, embracing t...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly at Ne. 4 North tenth street, Richmond, Va. tnUred January ?;? 190*- ?* R'0"? men-, Va., as Second'Ola?? Matter, under Aet of Con* ore?? of Maroh 3, 1879. Th? DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH li told ?l'fi cents ?copy. The 8UNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ?old at ? eents a copy. DAILY TIM?S.&ISPATCH by mall? W cents a month, W..00 a year, $2.?0 for, six months, $1.M for three month?. 8UNDAY TIMES'DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In? eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cent? per week. The 8UNDAV TlMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, ? cent* per week. .__.. ?The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 year. ... ! All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. ; Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by; St?""???. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. WEDNESDAY, ????. 8, 1S03. DEALING IN FUTURES. A Chicago Judgo recently took occasion to exptOBS himself In strong terme con? cerning "future" dealing In the grntn t...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

Mr.: John B. Rose Will Not Run Again. CANDIDATES COMINO OUT The Fruit Trees Injured by the Recent Frosts?f he County Court to Grant Liquor Licenses at S Coming Term. There wilt be at least two changes In ' the Board of Supervisors of Henrlco coun? ty after tho next election, Two of the fnost prominent members, both of whom have been on tho board many years, will rotlro, ono to 'run for another otflce and I tha othor to got out of publlo Ufe. It was stated positively yesterday by -, Mr, John B. Roso, tho mombor from Brookland, that ho will not bo a candl 'dute again. Mr, Rose, when he retires next January, will have sorved ton years and six months. Ho Is ono of tho best known members of tho board. It Is re? ported that soveral aspirants for the po eition ho will vacato havo appeared, among them tho following: Constablo Ooorgo H. Waldrop,, Mr, Penlcks, ;Mr. Saunders and Mr. Herbert Floyd. Mr. V.. Hechlor, chalrman'of the board, will retiro to run ?gainst Mr. W. II. Brauor for troasuro...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

REFORMERS DEFEATED Failure In Sunday-Liquor Sell? ing Cases In Norfolk. EVIDENCE TOO MEAGRE La Belle Asia Refuses to Testify Against Her Stage Partner, and He Escapes the Penitentiary, but is Sent to ?Jail. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspetcli.) NORlFOLK. VA., April ".-Tliero was a notable defeat for the liquor crusaders ? In tho Police Court this morning- before Justice Taylor. Tho court .room waa filled yesterday and to-day with alleged | culprits and witnesses In tho cnse? of J. W .Murphy. A. B. Tennis, -white, and GeorGO Brown, colored, charged with eelllng liquor on Sunday In Smith Stroot, ?t Nicholas. There was a raid on tho place, ostensibly a cook shop, which was productivo of ton negroes and several white men. They wero oil paroled In court yesterday, and after a searching trial to-day1 Justice Taylor dismissed tho ? cases, with some show of annoyance, be? cause thero was no evidence to show that liquors wore sold or that anybody was guilty of any Infraction of any of tho string...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

INSURANCE RECEIPTS Cood Returns Made by the North Carolina Department? QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL Balloting Will Continue for Ten Days and Tori Society Young Ladles Are Being V?ted_ for? fVtlss Bar bee In the Lead. (Speclnl to Tbo Tlmcs-Dlipstch.) RALEItrri. N. ,C., April 7.-Insuranoo. Commissioner James R. Young paid Into tho State treasury $8,118.77, whloh, with provlous payments, make for the fiscal year'endlng Aprlf 1st, $163,007.12 paid' Into the Stato treasury from tho Insurnriee department, '. This Is a gain ot $21,O33.0B over last year. Tho department has only beon established four, years, tho work prior to that time having'been delegated to tho Socrblary of Stale, The highest amount over collected lu a single year prior to the establishment ot the depart? ment was ?W,0O0, The Fitzhugh Lumber Company, of South Washington, Ponder county, was chartered to-day by the Secretary of Stato, the Incorporators being W, A. Wlnsott, ?? Washington, D.-'C.; W. W. Fitzhugh and Parke Fitzhugh, ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

ARGE DEAL IN TOBACCO Tho Continental Said to Havo Secured Williams Co. REPORT IS NOT CONFIRMED There Seems Every Reason, However, to Believe That it Is True?Those In Authority Decline to Talk. While no direct confirmation can be ob talntid from those alono /in a position to know the actual facts, there Is every rea? son to regard as at least well founded rumors which gained curroncy yesterday ? morning to ?ho effect that tho T. C. Wil? liams Tobacco Company, of this city, per? haps the largest. I?d.?a<mdcut concern of It'? kind ln the oountry, has been acquired by the Continental Tobacco Company. ? The head of tho big concern declines to make any statement whatsoever, nnd this ?f itself Is rogarded as significant. The -vloe-'jresldent of the company, who rep? resenta a1 controlling Intorest ln It, Is 'now ln New York, understood to be In ?onforoiioo with roforonco to the sale. When he returns there will probably bo ?some Information given out, but until then no expression is made...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

TAXMEASURE Folkes Holds It Up In tho House. A BIO- D?BATE IS ON May Noi Bo Disposed of for Several Days?Mann Bill.and High License Provision Afe tho Targets?A Measure in Both Houses. Tlio general revenue bill struck a enan\ ,1? the House yesterday, which is likely to keop It In the air for soveral /days, If. Indoed, il does not Ilnnlly rest in Bendimi U back to a conference committee. Tho bono of contention Is, the liquor section, and the chief lire Is aimed ot tho Mann amendment, and tho proposi? tion to rnlso tlio license tax on liquor donlcrs from'?200 to W50 nnd from $100 to <1T5, according to population. Mr. Folkes, of Richmond city, mndo a biting nltack on tho report of the coiiforenco committee, and he wus followed by- Mr. , Cal?n, of Alexandria, who spoko warmly" on tho snmo lino. .There is no telling when a voto on tho question of adopting tho report will bo reached, ns Mr, Kelley and other" mem? bers-havo Indicated tholr purpose to spoak ln opposition, Mr. Folkca was on...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

STOCKS FELL I? VALUE Many Discouraging Features on the Exchange. PUBLIC HOLDING ALOOF Money Situation Has Improved so Much That it Ceased to Be Important Factor, but Despite This Prices Developed. (Br AesuclBted Pre??.) NEW TORK, April 7.?The weakness which developed'In to-day's stock.,market bore witness to tho disappointment felt In speculative circles at the failure of what are considered favorable develop? ments In tho situation to awnk?n any sign of interest in speculation on the part .? of the outside public. jCaJl money was not higher than six per cent, at any time to-day and fell lower than that on enlarged o?forlngs by the banks. There was some lending on call also by stock commission houses, wliich have supplied their expeoted needs with time loans and have money on tholr hands now owing to the poetical stagnation of tho commission business ln stocks at pres? ent. The Immediate money situation ciases to be ? factor in the stock mar? ket The indefinite postponement of the S...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THIT Milla GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHIME 26 Denti.) .?ihlnA-rano. ONE OEIT A WORO. H BU? WAftt-D~raMA|.<. ?WANTEJD. TO ??^???? A ?A?V CASH,? 1ER for millinery department. Apply ?THALHIMIOB BROS, Fifth and Broad HtreeiH._, _ '? . '? (WANTED, LADtE? TO MAKE NECK* wear front .ample; experience not necee. nary; steady work) good pay. Send soli addressed stamped envelope, IDEAL / ...MFC?. CO.. K* west 183d St.. New York, WnTBD. FEMALE STENOGRAPHER, able to Increase her Income by using a machine 20 to 40 per cent, speedier than the rest and on account of up-to-date features must turn out better work with less mental and physical effort. Address OLIVER STANDARD VISIBL? ^WRITER, Rlolimohd.______Li' j SITUATIONS v^?t?d?hFe"male. ?WANTED, A POSITION ByXstENOG rapher; four years experience; Bar-Lock Typewriter. Address Miss ?., Y. M. C, ?., olty. WANTED, AT ONCE, POSITION BY an experienced lady stenographer, with f:ood references. Address Mis. J.. ca...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 April 1903

?ss Milter ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WEA7H?R r-OR?CAST?W?dh?sday, cloudy, The Whole Store Breathes a Spirit of Easter this Morning "Eugenie" Gloves For Easter, $1.50 Way back one hundred years ago, Fownes, tho English Glovo tnaker, laid tho foundation of a glove business that has gono steadily forward over sinco. It was started right and it has kopt right, and ' to-day tho best $|,B0 glove in tho world is tho "Eugenie," made by this famous houso, in their French establishment, and named for tho beaiitiful Empress of tho French. There never has-*nd we almost said?never wltl be a 11.60 glove made that can even eaual It ' -.>?0 All the spring shade?. Tou'll eoe them In the wlndos y'dlsplay. Silk Scarfs and Shawls For Easter. Either would mnko a beautiful Easter gift Tho scarfs are exquisite cre? ations for a light spring and summer head covering. .They comean cream, hlack and Whlto and lavender?11,00 to 15.60. We can't begin to describe the beauties of the Silk Shawls?you know thei...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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